Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma accompanied her husband, Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli to England, during the World Test Championship Finals (WTC) in Southampton. Their daughter Vamika Kohli also joined the couple. The couple is still in the UK for the upcoming India tour. Amidst Virat's practice sessions, the cricketer is making the most out of his time in England. He is busy spending time with his family.
On Saturday, Anushka Sharma took to her Instagram to share a few candid clicks, with a ROFL caption. She mentioned the candid snaps were clicked by her 'fan', who she obliged by letting him click her. "Was casually prancing around town. Running a hand through my hair. A fan spotted me. I obliged for a picture. He seemed happy."
Anushka continued, "Anything for my fans! Photo taken by another fan- @cloverwooten" And we think this "happy" fan is none other than her husband, and Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli. The star cricketer has anyway always admitted to have been a fan of the beauty. Aww!
Take a look at the post below:
In the pictures, Sharma is wearing blue jeans paired with a knitted chrome yellow top and a white inner. She has opted for white sneakers. Virat, who is also spotted in later pictures of the string looks handsome in casuals. The couple looks happiest as they have a gala time, roaming on the streets of London. Also Read: Anushka Sharma Shows Off Her Super Costly And Stylish Rolex Watch In Latest Selfie; Its Whopping Cost Will Burn A Hole In Your Pocket
It was only recently when Anushka-Virat's little one, Vamika turned 6 months old. The actress had shared pictures of Virat and her with Vamika in the park. During the WTC Finals, Sharma entertained fans and kept them treated with pictures from the location.
Anushka Sharma was last seen in 2018 movie Zero. She later produced OTT projects such as Paatal Lok and Bulbbul. Anushka's next production venture is Qala, a Netflix original movie -- which will mark Irrfan Khan's son Babil's acting debut.
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